Phone Booth Gallery is proud to present “Sights Unseen” a new selection of never before seen work by Los Angeles based artist Kevin Tong. Spanning more than 5 years, this ambitious exhibition pulls out all the stops to present hundreds of pieces of varying size, shape, and color. The exhibition opens with a reception on Saturday, March 9, from 7-10pm. This all-ages event will be held at Phone Booth Gallery’s exhibition space, 2533 East Broadway, Long Beach, CA 90803. Artist in attendance. “Sights Unseen” remains on view through April 3rd, at both at the gallery and at www.phoneboothgallery.com.
Kevin Tong is primarily known for his screen printed art editions, though his prolific career stretches a wide range of commercial illustration from the toy industry to Playboy magazine. He has created band posters for some of his favorite music, including The Black Keys, Beck, and Bon Iver and created licensed imagery for movies and television like Star Wars, Jurassic Park, Lost, and Transformers.
“Sights Unseen” will be Kevin Tong’s second solo exhibition with Phone Booth Gallery, and will be his most ambitious fine art venture to date. The space will be transformed to house Tong’s enormous concept, which will best showcase his personal and professional career. Opening night of the exhibition will be a thrilling surprise to attendees, as they will experience a first-hand look into the mind of the artist, as well as a few additional surprises.